Health Care

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Disposing of Those Old Medications in Your Cabinet Could Save Your Life

April 26 is the National Take-Back Initiative - turn in your unwanted prescription medications for safe and proper disposal.

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We Got Them Covered!

More than seven million Americans enrolled in healthcare by the March 31 deadline. Meet Cassandra and Miatta – two women who are proof that the Affordable Care Act works!

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Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Must Start Early

Quality early care and education programs can positively affect later health outcomes.

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In Sickness and In Health: My #GetCovered Story

Young couple experiences the benefits of health insurance. Sign up by March 31.

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Birth to Five: Watch Me Thrive!

A Developmental and Behavioral Screening Initiative

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Dahn Guirung's Family Just Got Covered

Dahn Guirung wants to make sure his family is healthy and strong so they can invest in their daughter’s future.

Photo of HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Vice President of Navajo Nation Rex Lee Jim and ANA Commissioner Lillian Sparks Robinson.

The Affordable Care Act: What’s in it for American Indians and Alaska Natives?

ANA Commissioner shares reasons why it is important for American Indians and Alaska Natives, to sign up for health insurance by March 31.

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Accept the Million Hearts Challenge this American Heart Health Month

Americans suffer more than two million heart attacks and strokes each year, and every day, 2,200 people die from cardiovascular disease. Let's start making heart-healthy choices.

Photo of Jacob from Arkansas, with a quote saying how his family is saving $120 each month on much better insurance that includes dental.

Jacob's Story: Cheaper Coverage for the Whole Family

The Affordable Care Act is helping a family in Arkansas access health care coverage on one plan at a much lower rate.

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Collaborating to Evaluate Home Visiting Programs for Infants and Mothers

Home visiting is one of four approaches used in the Strong Start initiative and CMS, ACF, and HRSA are joining forces to evaluate this approach.

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